One in 6 couples struggle with infertility, with those affected feeling sad, frustrated and worried nearly all of the time and 42% had experienced suicidal feelings. Understandably this is having a significant impact on the emotional wellbeing of people at work, and workplace productivity.

A study of 900 women going through IVF by the Fertility Network showed that:

  • 85% of women felt that treatment affected their day to day work.
  • 58% reported that work affected their treatment.
  • 59% felt their employer would benefit from education to help them understand the needs of someone having treatment.

You can read more on the impact of infertility at work in my white paper below...

Read our Fertility in the Workplace Whitepaper

As a qualified Personal Development Coach and Support Consultant, I work with organisations to implement a fertility wellbeing policy that helps their employees remain productive at work, whilst supporting their emotional wellbeing and mental health.

Training to Managers

The main objective of this training is to help managers understand what it is like for those struggling with infertility so they can better understand how to support their employees.

Training to Employees

The main objective of this training is to provide practical advice for employees struggling with infertility and going through treatment, to help them manage treatment around work.

IVF Positivity Planner

Offer the IVF Positivity Planner to each member of staff when they tell HR or their manager that they are starting fertility treatment. It is a coaching journal to help people cope through treatment and manage the emotional triggers that the infertility creates.

Find out more information on the benefits of providing the IVF Positivity Planner as a support resource to your employees...